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New regulations under CEAA 2012 came into force on October 24, 2013, changing the triggers for determining which projects are subject to federal environmental assessment.  The Regulations Amending the Regulations Designating Physical Activities replace the Schedule of physical activities that constitute designated projects under the existing Regulation, and ...

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In previous posts we discussed several major changes to the federal environmental assessment process that were introduced when the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 (“CEAA 2012”) came into force in July 2012.

In November 2012, we delivered two seminars on the new environmental assessment process.  The seminars were very well attended, and many attendees ...

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On November 30, 2012 the federal government denied approval for the EnCana Shallow Gas Infill Development Project in the Suffield National Wildlife Area (the “Project”), due to the likelihood of significant adverse environmental effects.

The federal environmental assessment (“EA”) for this Project was first commenced on October 26, 2005. The Joint Review ...

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